Obituaries

William Houston Mann of Southampton and Palm Beach died of pneumonia on Aug. 27 at Southampton Hospital, surrounded by his family. He was 91.
Barbara Jordan of East Hampton died on Sept. 5 at San Simeon by the Sound nursing home in Greenport. She was 82.
There will be a celebration of the life of Christopher Holden at the Shagwong Tavern in Montauk on Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m
A funeral for Cheryl O. Lewis of Three Mile Harbor Road in East Hampton, who died on Sept. 3 at Southampton Hospital, will be held on Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Calvary Baptist Church in East Hampton.
Bonnie Feldman Reiss, who helped numerous students go to college through the Reiss Family Scholarship Fund, died at her New York City apartment on Monday at the age of 72.
Patricia Elizabeth Holmes-Mackay died on Aug. 12 at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City of liver disease, the culmination of lifelong health problems. She was 50 years old.
A graveside service for Eleanor Belle Dordelman, a native of Amagansett who died on June 20 in Palm Bay, Fla., will take place on Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Cedar Lawn Cemetery in East Hampton, the Rev. Scot McCachren officiating.
Francis H. Wyss, formerly of East Hampton, died on Saturday at the Orchard Nursing Home in Granville, N.Y. He was 93 and had been in deteriorating health for several years.
Judith Ackerman, who had been ill for many years, died at home on Georgica Road in East Hampton on Aug. 9 at the age of 75.
Simone V. Marshall, who was brought up in Paris but came to the United States to train and work as a psychoanalyst, died at home in Springs on Aug. 22 after a long illness.
William H. Mann, who lived in Southampton and Palm Beach, Fla., and was a member of the Maidstone Club here, died of pneumonia on Sunday at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital.
Eleanor Belle Dordelman, who was born in Amagansett and was married to Carl Dordelman, a former chief of the East Hampton Village Police Department, died on June 20 at William Childs Hospice House in Palm Bay, Fla., following a massive stroke.
At the age of about 15, Julio N. Tubatan left Ecuador for Montauk, working at Gurney’s Inn for three years before returning to his home country, and in 1980, emigrated to the United States for good, living briefly in Queens, before returning...